Antique Bottle Of Baijiu Found During A House Clearance

A rare bottle of Baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit, has been discovered in a house clearance in the UK by Northern House Clearance, a professional house clearance company. The bottle, in good condition, is believed to be over 50 years old and is considered a rare and valuable find.

The Baijiu was found amongst the items being cleared from a house in the north of England and is expected to fetch a good price at auction. After being discovered, the bottle was returned to the family who had no idea it even existed.

The family have now decided to put the bottle up for sale, along with several other items that were also found during the house clearance. The sale is expected to draw attention from Baijiu enthusiasts and collectors from around the world.

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Baijiu and business: How Baijiu is becoming a popular choice for corporate gift-giving and networking

Baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit made from fermented grains, has been gaining popularity globally in recent years. Not only is it being re-imagined by mixologists in the form of innovative cocktails, but it’s also becoming a popular choice for corporate gift-giving and networking.

Traditionally, Baijiu has been a staple in Chinese business culture. It’s often served during business meetings and negotiations as a symbol of respect and goodwill. As the spirit gains popularity globally, it’s becoming more common to see it being used in international business settings as well.

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Baijiu vs Vodka

Baijiu, also known as “white liquor,” is a clear, potent Chinese spirit that has been enjoyed for centuries. It is made from fermented sorghum, wheat, rice, or other grains and can have a strong, pungent aroma and a fiery taste. Baijiu is often considered the national drink of China and is the most consumed spirit in the world.

Vodka, on the other hand, is a clear spirit that is made from fermented grains or potatoes. It is commonly associated with Eastern Europe, particularly Russia and Poland, but is now produced and consumed globally. Vodka is known for its smooth, neutral taste and is often used as a base for cocktails.

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The future of Baijiu: How Baijiu is gaining popularity globally and being re-imagined by mixologists

Baijiu, a traditional Chinese liquor made from fermented grains, has been enjoyed for centuries in China and other parts of Asia. However, in recent years, baijiu has begun to gain popularity globally, with more and more people discovering the distinct and complex flavors of this ancient spirit.

One of the reasons for baijiu’s growing popularity is the increasing interest in all things Chinese, including its culture and cuisine. As more people travel to China and other parts of Asia, they are exposed to baijiu and are becoming curious about trying it. Additionally, with the increasing globalization of the food and drink industry, more and more people are looking to discover new and exciting flavors, and baijiu offers just that.

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Pairing Baijiu With Thai Food

Thai food is known for its bold and flavorful combinations of spices and herbs, making it a delicious and unique cuisine to experience. However, when it comes to pairing it with alcohol, many people may not know where to start. One option to consider is baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit that is gaining popularity in the Western world.

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Jian Nan Chun Chiew Baijiu Partner With Manchester City Football Club

Jian Nan Chun Chiew Baijiu Partner With Manchester City Football Club

Manchester City FC has become an all-conquering sporting juggernaut in their native England. The City Group also boasts a portfolio of worldwide sister clubs, including New York City, Melbourne City, Mumbai City and Sichuan Jiuniu.

Based in Chengdu and plying their trade in China’s third tier, the latter was seemingly Manchester City’s first attempt to build a following in China. Now, this bond is likely to become even stronger. The football club has announced a partnership with Jiannanchun Group Co., Ltd. (JNC), one of the biggest baijiu manufacturers in China. JNC is now the Official Baijiu Partner of Manchester City Football Club.

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Crate of Kweichow Moutai Sells for Seven Figures at UK Sotheby’s

Baijiu enthusiasts are well aware that Kweichow Moutai tends to retail for higher prices than many rival baijiu brands. A highly collectable spirit, baijiu has brought a tear to the eye thanks to market value as much as alcohol potency. Now, it seems, the value of Kweichow Moutai has risen internationally.

In mid-June, Sotheby’s of London held a spirit sale featuring a range of whiskeys from Japan and Scotland. Also in the mix was a crate of 1974 Sunflower Kweichow Moutai, the first time the spirit was available for auction in the UK. Experts expected the baijiu lot to be popular, with a predicted value of up to £450,000. Astonishingly, the final price was a cool £1 million – a record sale high outside of China.

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Chinese Baijiu – Why Do People In China Drink It?

Westerners that drink baijiu for the first time often experience one, uniform reaction – “seriously? This is the national drink of China?”

Baijiu can certainly be an acquired taste. Once the palate adapts, it becomes clear why this is such a celebrated spirit in its home nation. All the same, you’d be forgiven for scratching your head as to why baijiu is so overwhelmingly popular in China.

In reality, there is not one single reason why baijiu has risen to such a prominent station in China. Rather, there are four core explanations. To understand these will provide insight into Chinese culture and understand the importance of baijiu.

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Does baijiu have a shelf life? Can it still be drunk after 100 years?

Does baijiu have a shelf life? Can it still be drunk after 100 years?

In Short

Theoretically, a high ABV baijiu won’t go bad. Baijiu that hasn’t been opened and stored correctly will last indefinitely. Let’s look at this in-depth below.

Baijiu is more than just a spirit in China. For many, it’s a way of life. Collections of rare and aged baijiu are considered national treasures, often changing hands for substantial sums of money at auction or among private collectors.

This begs a question, though – is aged baijiu simply for decoration, or can this infamous spirit be enjoyed at any age? Is baijiu truly for life, or does the spirit expire after a set period?

Happily, aged baijiu never loses its lustre. This why brands such as V.I.P Jiu 8, constructed from recipes that date back centuries, can retain their quality for many years, even decades. Baijiu can be stored for as long as you wish, provided you take the appropriate precautions.

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